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-- www.vitac.com >>> good morning to you. i sure hope you're keeping dry somewhere. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for being with us. we begin this morning with hurricane sandy, within hours expected to explode into this superstorm. most of us have never season anything like it in our lifetime. already huge, tropical storm force winds spanning a width of nearly 1,000 mimes. it's aiming at the heart of the east coast, the most heavily populated corridor in the country. 50 million people are expected to feel the effects. hundreds of thousands are now under evacuation orders. fema predicts damage costs of about $3 billion just for wind damage alone. heavy rains or snow, storm surges, widespread flooding across the region depending upon where you live. we're also following a drama unfolding out to sea. a rescue is under way for the crew of the hms bounty, the ship built for the hollywood movie "mutiny on bounty." unbelievable. we'll have more on that es cue in just a minute. let's begin with the first reports of power outages. they're already rolling in. see meteorologist rob marcia
. carol and i needed help figuring out what's covered by medicare and what's not. so we turned to the same folks we've relied on for health insurance all these years. announcer: ron and carol called anthem blue cross and found an affordable medicare plan that pays for some costs original medicare won't. now they can keep making memories for years to come. choose from plans offering protection from high out of pocket costs plus include prescription drug coverage with your monthly premium. get the freedom to keep the doctors you already trust. if you're eligible for medicare we'll help you find a plan that fits your needs. call or go online now to get answers. you only have until december 7th to enroll. >>> hurricane sandy is throwing the presidential candidates off course. katie marzullo join us from the newsroom with more. >> reporter: president obama said over an hour ago he's confident state and federal agencies are properly prepared for the storm. a lot of that prep means shutting things down and getting the of town. as rare as it was at the u.s. financial markets were closed today they
cetera. in 2007 the port worked with state senator carol migden to terminate the trust use restrictions on some of the seawall lots on south of market street. in order to get to residential and office types of uses we have to terminate the trust use restrictions that apply in state law. and the legislature did that. they found the seawall lots were no longer needed for water access. last year we worked with assemblyman tom ammiano and ab 26 49 signed into law by the governor december 29th this year. it found seawall lot [speaker not understood] north of market street is no longer needed for trust purposes and the legislation allowed the city to contemplate affordable housing at this site as part of an effort that would help to offset jobs housing, linkage fees owed after 70. that legislation also contemplates similar flexibility at seawall lot 37, which is in mission bay. this slide shows at 815 parcel. port staff is suggesting that seawall 2-21 is part of [speaker not understood] by ab 629 might be an appropriate site for affordable housing, but that would be subject to review under ce
in baltimore county, anne arundel county, baltimore city, and also equally affecting calverton and carol and hal moore counties, etc.. because several hundred thousand getting men and women up in bucket trucks. when the winds started exceeding 25 m.p.h., they have to be at a safeway in point until they can restore. i do not know if they can say of the restoration is over, but there are windows of opportunity. 85,000 without power right now. we have gotten some interesting facebook comments. lwoell -- lowell is fine, and his photographer is fine. some folks just lost power. all is well in carroll county. at least in that particular neighborhood. a big dust in owings mills. fingers are crossed there. very windy in northeast baltimore. there is a stronger wind gusts in catonsville. another viewer sent us a picture of a very flooded backyard in the hillside road area, so that is the situation as we speak. clearly as the storm ships, so does the power outage story. if you thought maybe you would escape this one, i think we will all be feeling this one in the next hours when it comes to power.
here with carol, and carol, how old are you? >> i'm 68 years young. >> she's 68 years young-- great answer-- and how long ago did you go to my live event? >> about three and a half months ago. >> three and a half months, and how many deals have you done since going to the live event? >> three of 'em. >> three deals. >> yes. >> three deals in three and a half months, and approximately how much profit do you have? >> on the average, between 35- to 45,000 per deal. >> $35- to $45,000, so you're saying-- let's go small. let's say that you only have $35,000 each, right? >> o.k. >> that's over $105,000 worth of profit in three and a half months? >> months, yes. >> all right, what would you tell the people out there, if they should go to the live event, what would you tell the people out there? >> that it's an opportunity that you should not miss no matter what your station in life is. take advantage of it and create a better life for yourself right now. >> but let me ask you one more question: is right now-- with everything they say about the economy-- is right now the right time to be in
beginning to flood. our jason carol is in one of those neighborhoods. jason, tell us a little bit about the effort of the folks that are trying to pack up and get out. >> reporter: well, let's set thestein e scene for where we are right now. we are in lindenhurst, long island. this neighborhood is already experiencing some severe flooding here in this particular section. the reason for that is because you have the great south bay right behind me to the south there, and then you have canals crisscrossing through this area, so even though we haven't even seen the worst of sandy yet, you can see the waters are already thigh-high. this is the preeley family here. this is actually a street, not a canal. they got in their boat and decided final to get out. you were patient enough to wait for us. what made you finally make the decision it was time to go? >> the water was getting in the house. >> water was getting in the house? >> it's going to be worse later. >> i've been hearing from everyone here in the neighborhood that already what we're seeing here, the effects of sandy, are already worse
, to the city attorney. >> yes, i'd be happy to answer that. deputy city attorney carol wong. the concern was the amount of money that we were showing as a true up going back to the agency and some of the concerns of whether or not that should really be used for transportation projects. and we agree with the transportation authority that all the proceeds coming in from the sales of these properties were to be used for transportation projects. what i think the overlook was is at the time the agency bought these parcels we weren't sure what the purchase price was going to be. we knew the upper amount was going to be approximately $17-1/2 million, but it could be a lower amount and that lower amount would have been the difference between the funds received from all these different parcels and the cost to do the transportation projects and the ancillary projects that were listed in that resolution. when the transportation authority looked at this earlier, they were looking at money going back to the agency and thought that was money going to affordable housing instead of for transportation pu
that title of ledge dwrond replace the legend. at kgo. right, ladies? >> oh, you got that right. >> carol? the giants victory making headlines tonight not just in the bay >> giants fever has gone international. take a look at papers from mexico city today. >> giants world series victory made front page headlines. sergio romo celebrating his fame-ending pitch in the publication. >> the team celebrating on the field shown in the paper as well there. so many players are from south america, it's huge news globally. >> actually. yeah. in romo's case he was born in the town of brawlly, which is far southern california on the mexican border, then, the family moved to salinas. you're talking about humble beginnings you can appreciate all of the hard work it's taken for not only himself but the team to get where they are today. >> we know the panda got a call from the president of venezuela. i think he tweeted him, perhaps. you know, everybody is going on to congratulations for the team. >> there are more celebrations still to come with the parade on wednesday. >> thanks for joining us for abc 7 n
. this is brian rosenberg from caroll county, maryland. he is headed into work. he's a contractor, works for a place that's under development. you actually came back from vacation a day early. tell us where you were and why you came back early. >> we were out in arkansas, little rock arkansas on a trout fishing trip with the company, jlb partners. we came back early to make sure the job site is okay, our families are okay. afraid of missing a flight. >> reporter: why are you working today? so many people have the day off? >> it's the job site. you've got to do what you've got to do. >> reporter: you're only working half a day. >> work half a day. take care of any issues we have on the job site and head out. >> reporter: not too many problems coming here on the roadways that you noticed? >> just everybody was taking it slow. not a lot of traffic. took me about an hour and a half to get here this morning. >> reporter: from the baltimore, caroll county area. good luck to you. have a safe drive back home. get your family safe. we're going to be here. we did notice they do have ice at the sun
's go to alexandria, virginia, right now, not far from washington, d.c., along the potomac river. carol costello is riding out the storm there. what's it like, carol? >> reporter: well, wolf, it's interesting because it doesn't feel like a hurricane. but it sure acts like one. it doesn't feel like a hurricane because it's so darn cold. the cold just goes right through you because it's so damp and wet out here. but every so often, it certainly acts like a hurricane. the rain will come down harder and there will be terrific wind gusts. wind gusts clocked at about 65 miles per hour at reagan national airport right now. we have sustained winds anywhere between 20 and 30 miles per hour. i'm standing here in old town alexandria, a place you well know, wolf. standing right along the banks of the potomac river. the big worry is there will be a big storm surge out in the atlantic. since this is in a tidal basin, that will push the waters of the potomac up and maybe out of their banks. frankly the people here in old town are used to that. as you can see, there are dozens and dozens of businesses
are talking about the battleground states of iowa. carolas on the -- carol is on the democratic line. caller: i want to ask the gentleman what was his response when the man came out talking about the rape issue and our people in iowa taking that in, whether they even big about the fact that their daughters could be put in harm's way with somebody making a broad statement like that? guest: well, i think voters in the state take those kind of issues very seriously. i think that any comment about that will have an effect on the campaign. this is a state where something like 80% of iowa residents are regular turn to attendees. about 80% of the state is injured somewhere or other on sunday mornings. so these type of issues tend to resonate with them. they have different views about them, but they care about them. so those issues have a lot of impact in iowa. i think that iowa voters tend to react on a gut level to those type of issues, but they do react. host: let's hear from marked in des moines on our independent line. -- from marc. caller: i've been watching the election closely and i would li
members of a historic tall ship off of north carol line's outer banks to abandon ship. they are now adrift in life boats in 18 foot seas. the coast guard has so far plucked 14 of those crewmembers of the hms bounty, is the sthip that we're talking about. it is off cape hatteras, about 160 miles from the eye of the storm. winds of 40 miles an hour reported out there. the ship was used in the 1960 film, ""mutiny on the bounty"". some wondering what it was doing out there anyway. more details as it comes in. bill: book here live in cincinnati, ohio. you look at this part of the country and you think about the vote in past presidential races and how critical and important the vote has been in this part of the country. it is truly stunning when you look at the history. back out here live in cincinnati with the city behind us. living in new york, martha, we rarely see a political ad but the people in ohio, it is an absolute blizzard of tv spots, both day and night. one gentleman called me it is hate it. v. the ads are so negative i worn out the mute button on my own television. it is razor tight
abnormally warm. carol, edna, hazel, all of these storms from the 1950s, donna, they all held their structure into the coast and that is what this is doing. dennis: not even raining in new york city but he is scaring us. >> to the right it as rain, to the left a lot of wind. cheryl: looks like the new york stock exchange will probably be closed tomorrow as well. charlie gasparino has that within the hour. >> making the decision o the sae consensus driven approach about tomorrow's market even half of what your prior guest talk about is true i would anticipate the market will be closed again tomorrow. we're already working as an industry to think ahead to wednesday. cheryl: saying he will push hard to open the exchange on wednesday. we'll keep you posted on fox business. dennis: sandy will cost millions and affect millions of people and caused williams of dollars. declines in coca-cola, starbucks giving direction on how to prepare and react to these storms. evan gold joining me now. they close the subways at 7:00 last night, it is not even raining in manhattan, what bigger portion of the cost o
on a plane with george burns and carol channing and they literally had horrible turbulence and all he could think is i'm going to get third billing. never get on a plane with people more famous than you. anyway, we love you new york! >> too soon? >> stephanie: yes. >> what? >> i'm on a plane that's going to crash. >> stephanie: jim and i were going through a hailstorm in columbus. he thought it would be funny to start singing patsy cline songs. >> and buddy holly songs. >> stephanie: not funny jim. not really. there is a. >> eliot: of turbulence where it's not funny anymore. >> stephanie: not funny anymore. anyway can i say love my sexy liberals. amazing show. karl frisch opened up for us. >> did he really? >> stephanie: aisha tyler i'm sorry -- >> sexy lady. >> stephanie: that boogidy cheese happened. there's all of the one-liners that stick in your head forever. rob and earth wind and fire were discussing it at the airport. she was talking about meeting the president because she's an official obama surrog
off to carol kos tole lcostello john berman already in some of that small flooding happening in the evacuation areas downtown. that's a big concern. look over here. on
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